Meal Plan 10.0

Hope you enjoyed spring break last week if you had it, or maybe you are looking forward to a restful upcoming week. The time change has still thrown me for a loop and I have not adjusted. Who knew an hour would throw you off so? This week is a variety of meats and lots of fun flavors. Enjoy!

Monday: Cilantro Lime Salmon Bake with Tomato Avocado Salsa from Fed and Fit. Sarah and I have been a big fan of Fed and Fit for quite some time. Check her out for simple and healthy foods with common household ingredients. I came across this salmon several years ago and this week I have been thinking about it mainly because of the salmon benefits and also the avocado topping which adds more fiber. I know you have heard us talk about fiber but apparently fiber is king as you age. We can talk about that at a later date. Anyhow, this is a delicious recipe that can be paired with a rice or quinoa and another veggie such as steamed broccoli or roasted asparagus.

Tuesday: Taco Tuesday! Always a no brainer. The kids love it and it’s easy for weeknights. If there is salmon leftover, I am not opposed to making salmon tacos. Last week instead of tacos, I made me a plate of nachos and it was delicious! Use the Siete Maiz Lime Tortilla Chips and add some black beans with all the other toppings. Sooo good!

Wednesday: Pork tenderloin in the crockpot. Cook all day and shred with a fork to make easy BBQ sliders. I have found that Sam’s sells the most delicious brioche slider buns and you get 24 for literally $5 or $6. Can’t beat it! You can freeze leftover buns for later. Pair with baked beans (Bush’s canned is easiest and best), green beans, and some fruit.

Thursday: Chicken Marinara by Lillie Eats and Tells. This is a new recipe for me so if you try it then let us know how you like it. Sarah and I enjoy Lillie Eats and Tells recipes because they are well rounded with nutrients. This one looks more comforting in flavor so hoping it will be a win with my girls.

Friday: Dinner out! I work Fridays and never want to cook, so we typically eat out.

Weekly Snack: No Bake Energy Bites We discovered these in regards to finding something to shove in my 3 year olds mouth as soon as she wakes up to break the hangry streak until I could get something on the table for breakfast! Haha! And she is always asking for chocolate first thing in the morning. I mean, maybe she is onto something. Anyway, these are truly yummy and I typically have all the ingredients in the pantry. I omit the coconut just because I don’t love it. I use a melon ball scooper to scoop them out versus rolling into a ball. That’s a no ordinary mom tip for making light the task 🙂

Happy Cooking!



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